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lee, wouldn't be surprised to see him in new york. >> craig: austin makes the cut at midfield, makes another at the 40, cuts it back. a flag. they will bring this one back. there's a flag back at the 22. >> joel: the only thing that's going to stop tavon austin tonight. long conference for just a flag that you would assume is in the area of a holding call. >> craig: i think there's actually -- there were two flags down. there's one up by where he went out of bounds as well. one back at the line of scrimmage. >> referee: personal foul, hands to the face, number 2, defense. that penalty will be 15 yards from the end of the run. sideline interference, unsportsmanlike conduct on the oklahoma bench. penalty will be enforced half the distance to the goal, first down. >> joel: number 2 called for hands to the face. >> craig: a 53-yard scamper by austin and tack on the penalty yards on top of that. his cutability again. not once, twice, but three times. >> joel: both penalties pushing this ball all the way inside the 10 yard line for the mountaineers. >> craig: it will be first and goal, 8 y
. marquis lee, wouldn't be surprised to see him in new york. >> craig: austin makes the cut at midfield, makes another at the 40, cuts it back. a flag. they will bring this one back. there's a flag back at the 22. >> joel: the only thing that's going to stop tavon austin tonight. long conference for just a flag that you would assume is in the area of a holding call. >> craig: i think there's actually -- there were two flags down. there's one up by where he went out of bounds as well. one back at the line of scrimmage. >> referee: personal foul, hands to the face, number 2, defense. that penalty will be 15 yards from the end of the run. sideline interference, unsportsmanlike conduct on the oklahoma bench. penalty will be enforced half the distance to the goal, first down. >> joel: number 2 called for hands to the face. >> craig: a 53-yard scamper by austin and tack on the penalty yards on top of that. his cutability again. not once, twice, but three times. >> joel: both penalties pushing this ball all the way inside the 10 yard line for the mountaineers. >> craig: it will be first and go
him in new york. >> craig: austin makes the cut at midfield, makes another at the 40, cuts it back. a flag. they will bring this one back. there's a flag back at the 22. >> joel: the only thing that's going to stop tavon austin tonight. long conference for just a flag that you would assume is in the area of a holding call. >> craig: i think there's actually -- there were two flags down. there's one up by where he went out of bounds asell. one back at the line of scrimmage. >> referee: personal foul, hands to the face, number 2, defense. that penalty will be 15 yards from the end of the run. sideline interference, unsportsmanlike conduct on the oklahoma bench. penalty will be enforced half the distance to the goal, first down. >> joel: number 2 called for hands to the face. >> craig: a 53-yard scamper by austin and tack on the penalty yards on top of that. his cutability again. not once, twice, but three times. >> joel: both penalties pushing this ball all the way inside the 10 yard line forhe mountaineers. >> craig: it will be first and goal, 8 yard line. play action. geno smith up
from for profits? and with small business saturday coming up, a look at how local businesses in austin, texas are working together with local growers to get customers to shop small. we've all had those moments. when you lost the thing you can't believe you lost. when what you just bought, just broke. or when you have a little trouble a long way from home... as an american express cardmember you can expect some help. but what you might not expect, is you can get all this with a prepaid card. spends like cash. feels like membership. >>> do you want to make sure your employees are working to the best of their ability. i learned from from a working who was working at cooking.com. whenever someone would turn in their project, she would say, are you sure this is done? if it is, turn it into me. it set a tone. it basically said to people, i don't accept any slackers here. also, people loved working with her, because she set the bar high and then helped people reach it. so "it's your business" tip number 69, set expectations high from the start. small business saturday is coming up on november
brick, author of saving the school. there are some distinct austin and texas connections here. my name is mark, i am state representative from austin and member of the public education committee in the texas house and i want to start this discussion briefly with a little bit of edge occasional contacts. i got a press release from the texas indication agency a couple months ago that said that on the fourth grade science national assessment education abroad rests, texas, african-american students performed fourth best of all african-american students in the country, comparing hours to every other african american. hispanic students were the best on the fourth grade science naep. a anglo students were the eighth best of all the anglo students in the country. and i thought that is a pretty impressive record. it is a little different from what i expected actually. i went to the naep web site and found that in the aggregate, the texas student scores on the fourth grade science naep ranked 29th in this country. that is not so great. how is it possible that when you disaggregate those three st
and another famous piedmonter austin tichner. talk about enlightening. he dubbed our large room the triple occupancy club. little did i know this came with the added bonus of an extracurricular education in the arts. chris arrived with his stack of lps, many courtesy of his step dad, bob. the chronicle music critic at the time. austin contributed his eclectic theater and comedy recordings and, well, himself. those of you that know austin know that nothing more need be said. balancing that urbane cultural scene chris invited me to visit his grandfather, where we got to do gold panning from the virgin load of dirt. it was lesson in history from the stevens family. i will never forget what a great experience it was to live with those two guys. moving on to his study habits, everyone knew how brilliant he was, an enlightened manner. he was truly the smartest man in the room but never comported himself that way. he was confident and outgoing. never arrogant. always self-effacing, quick with a laugh or grin. always looking for ways to learn something from everyone else around him. he was no surp
writer of the dallas reporting news coming to us from austin. wayne, thanks so much for being back inside "the war room"." >> great to be with you governor. >> jennifer: you have written about poll workers in texas, as a matter of fact, asking to see photo i.d.s even though there is no i.d. law there. what did you observe? >> well, you're right. i've been on the road in colorado ohio, but i came home to vote. i did early voting in my precinct which is north of austin, a conservative republican county. when i went in, i intentionally because i wanted to see what the poll workers were doing brought one of several legally prescribed identifications under the texas law and that's my city issued utility bill. i walked in, gave that utility bill to the supervisor, who asked me for my photo i.d. i said, this is what i'm giving you. she said, i prefer the photo i.d. the driver's license, or your certification of voting. i said, are you telling me that i can't vote with this? at which point let me say there was a back and forth process very low key but a back and forth process in which another sup
an extraordinary opportunity for manufacturing boom, real positivity coming up from austin. you see us, at the start of the day. on the company phone list that's a few names longer. you see us bank on busier highways. on once empty fields. everyday you see all the ways all of us at us bank are helping grow our economy. lending more so companies and communities can expand, grow stronger and get back to work. everyday you see all of us serving you, around the country, around the corner. us bank. liz: market lost a lot of steam just one day of a the presidential elections. right before the election our next guest said businesses would suffer if president obama got reelected. is that what the markets are telling us today and does he still feel that way? >> joining us legendary investor wilbur ross. you went further that that. you said if president obama is reelected we'll probably go into another recession. do you still believe that. >> what i said was i said if he doesn't exert leadership and solve the fiscal cliff i will. i don't believe we're in recession. david: he said if he is presen
vessel on the capital grounds of austin texas the discussion of president lyndon johnson and first lady, lady bird johnson each ring mark updegrove and michael gillette. this is just over 50 minutes. >> hide and welcome to the texas book festival, the panel on lady bird and lyndon. my name is caroln austin and i love being a moderator at the book festival and ier particulay love this task this year, because i have had the privileg of reading two books that interlock it provided one hold 360-degree experience in reading them. before we begin, and i introduce our authors, i want to remind you all that all proceeds of book sales at the texas book festival goats the libraries of this great state. so, please avail yourself of the book tent and after a recession is over the book signing tents where you can get both of the signatures of these two wonderful gentleman on the front pieces of your books. now, our panel today, as you know, is about ladybird johnson, an oral history, and it involves a total of 18 years' worth of interviews with ladybird johnson . and indomitable will come lbj in the
, a sophomore from austin, texas, went to westwood high school in austin, will come on. see if he cannot only dump oregon out of the bcs championship picture but elevate the fighting irish to number one and put the southeastern conference very much back in the thick of things and wind up in miami. here we go. 37-yarder. from the left hash. long enough for sure. and good. stanford takes down oregon. number one and number two both lose. for the first time since 2007. and the cardinal celebrate. remarkable performance by these youngsters and i'm sure the oregon fans are absolutely shocked at what they have seen here tonight. >> kirk: i know the story nationally will about about oregon losing but a huge win for david shaw. >> heather: coach, what was your reaction when the kick by jordan williamson went through the uprights? >> i was just thinking to myself, jordan needs this. he's so talented and he makes 60-yard field goals daily. he keeps his head down and smooth, good good as kicker in the country, working on his consistency. he need this is. >> heather: andrew said we have a oregon problem.
? >> this is in austin, texas, and if you look right over here, there's a guy with a taco cannon shooting tacos into this crowd of people. they scramble for a taco that are, of course, wrapped up. what better way to have fun? >> better be really good taco. >> i don't care if it's a mediocre ta mediocre taco. >> baseball games, they shoot the hotdogs. they do this for fun. get free tacos shot at your face. >> that's literally getting your product out there. >> i'm surprised no injuries. >> funny if they shot the tacos, then the hot sauce. next time you're in austin, check it out. get a taco from a cannon. >>> this girl is alaire, she's autistic. one of the things she's found calming, chickens, but the family is in danger of losing their farm. the plan for keeping the farm and the chickens on the next "right this minute." >>> two videos coming at ya, but watch out. >> look out! >> see what happens when slush and speed don't mix. >>> and stick around for your chance to win an ipad3. >>> it's time for our friday edition of the best of "rtm." bonus videos on our website. >> as far as pranks go, this
archives at the national archives and is currently the executive director of humanities texas in austin. he is the author of launching the war on poverty, an oral history. to my right mark of the growth is the current director of the lyndon baines johnson presidential library and museum in austin, texas. a post he assumed in october of 2009. an award winning author and presidential historian, he has written three books relating to the american presidency, indomitable will lbj in the presidency was published by crown in march of 2012. baptism by fire, a presidency took office in times of crisis in 2009 and second act, presidential lives and legacies after the white house. he spent much of his career at time magazine, first as president of time canada and toronto and then as los angeles manager. he has also been a publisher of newsweek magazine and the vice-president of sales, marketing, and operations for yahoo canada, so he is obviously covering the digital ground as well as the historical and archival ground. welcome to you both. thank you both for these marvelous books. i have had such a
] >> thank you. thank you, diane and thank you, ladies and gentlemen of austin. madam chairwoman, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen and in the great state of texas. [applause] and it's great to be here among so many teachers and friends and i want to give a special shout out to a couple of very special friends. the executive director of this deep branch of the nra. he counsels me, looks after mepy welcome. and kaye thurman, i'm surprised it took them her body. she is dynamic. she soon got the is durational and i'm so happy she's able to be here with me today and we reacquaint three years. boy does she have a story. god bless you, kaye. [applause] my new friends, the kraft family hospitality has been flawless and their generosity abundant. and how about diane fulton? isn't she something? she's red, white and blue. [applause] i want to thank c-span tv for being here today and broadcasting this event nationally. i want to thank the historic austin country club, our gracious hosts here todaythey ss of people in this world. those that are texans and those that wish they were
royal is running 70 miles from the gates at fort hood to the texas capital in austin. and he says -- capitol in austin and he says he are during it for the men who were hurt when major opened fire. >> because of the illness of ptsd a lot of the soldiers are out of work. they have anger issues. and so they are not able to hold down jobs right now and these guys were national guard and reservists. as i tried to go back he saw me for the second time and that's when he was able to get me. >> royal was shot twice in the lower back and has permanent damage. he plans to arrive in austin on sunday which marks the third year anniversary of the shooting next year royal is hoping to run to the white house. >>> some of the victims another mass shooting are getting a break. 22 people hurt during the aroya movie theater disaster won't have to worry about hospital bills. physicians who bill separately from the hospitals are not charging the patients either. altogether, 58 people were hurt and 12 killed when a gunman opened fire during a premier of the dark knight rises in july. >>> she lost thou
stronger than expected third quarter profits. goodyear tire rising as well. amd putting its austin campus up for sale. big volume in that name. today's laggards include many of those retail names. kohl's, macy's, and gap. we saw tiffany lower after disappointing earnings. >> all right, jack. thank you so much. >>> fiscal cliff negotiations spinning the markets up and down like a yo-yo. i'll get reaction next from real estate guru barry sternlicht. also, we'll discuss how he's putting his investment firm to work. wait until you hear what he has his sights set on. >>> and stick around for my exclusive interview with the chevron ceo. we'll talk about whether dividends are in the pipeline or a big acquisition on the horizon. >>> and is it time to kill the $1 billion? the case is being made today on why $1 coins make more sense. do they really? stick around for that heated debate comes up. you're watching "closing bell" on cnbc. we're back in a minute. at u.s. trust, our expertise extends well beyond investment advice and research analysis. it includes proprietary offerings like our eldercare
corri la formula aquí pero en austin se corrio. >> la festividad de acción de gracias es una de la festividades más adoptadas por los inmigrantes latinos aquí en estados unidos . >> y hoy esta estrella cumple años, les contamos al regresar. >> ♪. >> el dÍa de acciÓn de gracias es una de las celebraciones estadounidenses que es asvil da por los inmigrantes de los paÍses de amÉrica latina. que llegan en esta poblaciÓn en bÚsqueda de una vida mejor, la historia nos muestra como. >> vep escuenezuela es la patri querida y nos toca separarnos a veces de lo que mÁs queridos. >> la ruleta rusa. >> sergio y su esposo no soportaron las pocos opciones en su paÍs y decidieron emigrar hace 6 meses, en la maleta sus ahorros y las fotos que les recuerda mantener el optimismo y de los diplomas universitarios. sergio es estudiar administraciÓn y le toca administrar en un paÍs desconocido para ellos. probar quiere decir que es probar todo hasta una nueva comida este jueves. >> para esta familia no tendrÁ un pavo. y llegarÁ lo que le pondrÁ sabor a su vida. >> estarÁ en cualquier p
tijuana ladran ante la fiera del leÓn. nos vamos hasta austin texas para el gran premio de los estados unidos, primera carrera de fÓrmula 1 en territorio americano desde el 2007. luis hamilton de gran bretaÑa ganÓ la carrera y el mexicano checo pÉrez 2erterminÓ en la dÉa primera posiciÓn. nery castillo quien tuvo problemas con jorge vergara se burlÓ de la eliminacion del rebaÑo sagrado, hasta aquÍ la informaciÓn depor tiva que tengn muy buenas noches, fÉlix. >>> ahora se puede viajar en bicicleta por el mundo, sin tener que salir a la calle, le diremos ¿cÓmo?. a ftravÉs de una versiÓn tri tridimensional el mentor dice que el producto fue creado hasta
of killing his girlfriend. the 19-year-old tyrone austin shot her last month and left her for dead. she was still wearing a school uniform. in the weeks leading up to her death she told family and friends she had been abused for years. police say there is help available and it starts with a call to 911. if you suspect a friend or family member is in trouble, abc is working for you. we have 13 questions that can save you. >>> imagine watching your life burst into flames, that's what happened to 20 people who are now without a place to live. this was the scene yesterday after a massive fire broke out in a complex in the seven oaks community. it took 60 firefighters nearly 30 minutes to get that under control. 12 units were damaged. no one was hurt. the red cross is helping those who lived in the building. >>> time for a check of the forecast. when you see that and more and more as we get cooler and cooler, we need to employ some safety. that may not be the case but we're in for a warm up. >> that's good news that i can deliver for you today. the 7-day forecast if you like the warmer weath
earlier. now, a beautiful midday and afternoon on talk. 46 in winchester. 47 in austin hill. struggling to hit 50 degrees. we will. we will be in the low to mid the highs. sunshine for the rest of the afternoon. cool and sunny throughout much of the united states. is 56 and sunny. seattle and san francisco have a chance of showers. have the weekend forecast coming up. if you have checked social heard the probably out of is going business. they are following through on liquidate in bankruptcy court. this means more than 18,000 lose their jobs. comes after workers refused to return to work. that means the end of the twinkies andmakes wonder bread. the shelf life of twinkies is four years.t are stocking up. >> 33 factories have been suspended. willompany says stores open for several days to sell remaining products. the thought of losing their brand is sow for a lot of people. >> what is next? what are we going to lose next? >> i cannot understand it. twinkies.e >> hostess brand child for inpter 11 protection january. coming up on abc 7 news at , renee simpson goes toe to toe with anderson
a final of 35-7. tavon austin, 344 yards for virginia. ah. fire bad! just have to fire roast these tomatoes. do you churn your own butter what? too? this is going to give you a head start on your dinner. that seems easier sure does who are you? [ female announcer ] new progresso recipe starters. five delicious cooking sauces you combine with fresh ingredients to make amazing home-cooked meals. ♪ ambiance [ female announcer ] new progresso recipe starters. your head-start to home cooked. >> rain chances minimal early in the week. by thanksgiving, we look good. >> thank you. thank you bridge turning us. see you back here tomorrow at 5:00. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- on c-span. next on "book notes," author paula broadwell discusses "all in" her in depth study of the life and career of general david petraeus.
.c., portland, austin, miami, and all of our users have the same experience. they find the cars on their app generally and they get the car for as long as they need it. in the cities that we operate, we define a home area as how the system works. this is just a picture of the d.c. home area on the left and a distribution of cars on the right. so, as you can see the cars are evenly distributed throughout the area and it's not because we put the cars there. it's because the members put them there. for san francisco, we envision a program where we would deploy up to 450 cars at least throughout the city and in the month before launch, we would provide extensive outreach to those communities that currently are not under served to educate them on the program and teach them about how to use the service and we would pay for the metered parking. and all we need is permission from san francisco to implement this program. >> okay, i'm going to ask you a couple questions. these are specific questions i have of how you work with the neighbors and community groups to address some of the complaints that m
release. they fear for his life. austin tice last talked to his family three months ago. he was in syria reporting on the civil war and he has not been heard from since. austin's parents, mark and deborah tice, are in beirut, lebanon, trying to get some answers. welcome to you both. >> thank you, carol. >> thank you. >> the last time anyone saw your son was -- who was in a video, can you tell us about that video, mark? >> well, clearly it was good for us to see that austin was alive. it was difficult to see him in the circumstances that he was in. and we're here trying to determine to seek answers, to appeal to whoever's holding austin to let us know how we can contact him and what we need to do to bring him home. >> there we are seeing the video of austin and you can see that he's blindfolded. he doesn't look in the best of conditions. there were armed men around him. do you know whether these were syrian -- you know, pro-government men or the opposite? deborah, do you have any idea? >> we have no idea who is holding austin and that is the primary reason that we have come to lebanon, is
're still no closer to knowing what happened to their son austin. last time austin spoke to his family was august 13th, when he was about to leave syria for lebanon. >> we had no idea who was holding austin and that is the primary reason that we have come to lebanon is to try to find out where austin is, and establish contact with him and bring him safely home. >> everyone we have spoken to and we have spoken to everyone we can has said the same thing, that they are unsure where he is, they don't know who he's with, where he is, we're hoping for answers and we're here appealing to the people in the region to have compassion on our family. to whom ever has our son right now, we ask you to treat him well, keep him safe, and return him to us as soon as possible. >> the tics say the syrian government told them it has no idea where their 31-year-old son is, but the couple was encouraged by an october youtube video showing him captive, but alive. >>> focusing on the battle in syria, the sides are now better defined. this is the leader of the newly formed national coalition forces of the syri
annual texas book festival on capitol grounds in austin, texas, h.w. brands discusses his book, the man who saved the union -- "the man who saved the union: ulysses grant in war and peace" this originally aired life last weekend. it is about 45in minutes. >> welcome to the session, withe h.w. brands. we are happy to see such a full 10 today.it my name is steve harrigan.g 15 minutes after the session, a phil will be signing books in the book signing campus between the tenth and eleventh down the street. please patronized the book signing tent in the bookstore, and pleas by the the book which won't be a problem. this is the book, "the man who saved the union," ulysses grant and war and peace. if you by this book, proceeds will go to support texas libraries and literacy. it is a great book to read and to find a word because. h. w. brands is the dixon allan anderson centennial prof. of history in austin. his focus has been for many years on american history and politics and his biographies and histories include a number of tremendous books. this is the just the most recent. also traitor to
for their son's return. they say 31-year-old austin tice. in september they say he appeared blindfolded held at gunpoint on a video posted on youtube. this is a screen cap that you're looking at. but there are questions about the authenticity of the video. videos like it are usually shared through extremist websites, not on youtube. also what the captors are wearing would not normally be found in syria. arwa damon joins us now. the parents talked to reporters a short time ago. what did they say? >> they had one really straightforward point, and that was a plea to anyone who may have any information on the whereabouts of their john, who may be able to help them bring him back home safely. austin crossed into syria illegally from turkey earlier in the year, went missing in mid august on the outskirts of damascus. his parents are saying that they are reaching out, both directly and indirectly, and have been to the syrian government. the syrian government, according to his parents saying that they have no information on the whereabouts of their son. they have also been reaching out to various ot
? >> wings? water wing on the wheelchair? >> this is sue austin. she is experiencing the beauty and the peace of underwater exploration. and this is a self-propelled wheelchair. and this was basically her brainchild. now sue ended up in a wheelchair at the age of 29. she had a virus that ended up affecting her nervous system. she wanted to create this kind of spectacle to let people know that people with disabilities no matter what they are can do anything. >> clearly. >> tell us more about this experience, to tell us more about this device, we have sue austin via skype all the way from the united kingdom "right this minute." first of all, sue, tell us why you wanted your wheelchair in the water. why not dive without it? >> as soon as people see the image of a wheelchair, if you ask them to say words came to mind, imitation, restriction, to me, it was more freedom. when i learned to scuba dive i realized, hold on, scuba gear extends your range of activity just like a wheelchair does. the association attached to scuba gear is excitement. i wonder what will happen if i put scuba gear and a whee
disappeared in syria more than two months ago. now the parents of american journalist austin tyce, they are making a public plea for help. plus this. >> during our lifetime i guess we won't have any high hopes, really any hopes are for the children. >> millions have been rescued from poverty in china, but the road to real prosperity is proving to be a long one for many. ♪ >>> and a veteran symphony almost 70 years now in the making. and i took nyquil, but i'm still stubbed up. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus liquid gels speeds relief to your worst cold symptoms plus has a decongestant for your stuffy nose. thanks. that's the cold truth! can i still ship a gift in time for christmas? yeah, sure you can. great. where's your gift? uh... whew. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. ship fedex express by december 22nd for christmas delivery. then you may be looking for help in choosing the right plan for your needs. so don't wait. call now. whatever your health coverage needs, unitedhealthcare can he
before the pros bring it up. only then can we return to a more hospitable market. let's go to austin in maryland to start. austin? >> how you doing? >> okay, austin, how about you? >> not too bad. i've never done stocks before. i want to look into getting into what you thought about getting into wal-mart stock. i know they have the early black friday coming out. >> no. no. stephanie link, co-director of my charitable trust and i both talked about wal-mart today. we agreed that this stock could go down, maybe even as much as five to eight points before it is no longer expensive. let's go to josh in my old home state of pennsylvania. josh? >> hey how you doing tonight there cramer? >> i'm hanging in. >> a red hill boo-yah. >> thank you. >> my question tonight is a stock that released earnings yesterday is activision with three great games, i just don't understand what happened today. you know, during the day. >> all right. this is a bad group. this is a bad group. everybody wants to own electronics. this is a bad group. what i mean when i say it's a bad group is you get good news and t
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